WIP 2021-24 Hirochi CCF

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  1. Theo Wilkinson

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    Why? What’s wrong here


    Edit: woah this thread now has 100 messages
     
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  2. Lordlichi2006

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    nice, tho u should post a update, cos in the discord server its more advanced
     
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  3. Theo Wilkinson

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    Only reason why I don’t post in detail here is you can only upload 1 image at a time. It’s an utter pain
     
  4. Turbo49>

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    You can. Select all the images you want to copy in windows explorer, drag and drop them down there where you type your messages, and all your images will start uploading.
     
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  5. Lordlichi2006

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    edit the original post
     
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  6. Fredr3x

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    Now this might be weird but I always thought an MX-5 with a tiny rotary engine would be so awesome :)
     
  7. Theo Wilkinson

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    @Kueso what do you think of me adding a rotary as an aftermarket CCF2 option?
     
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  8. SRT_Gamer

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    13B (RX7 Engine) in a Miata, noice
     
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  9. SKB

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    a rotary in this would be epic. revving all the way to 9k rpm would be fun
     
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  10. Fredr3x

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    I always wished that Mazda would make a rotary MX-5 but that’s not happening now
     
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  11. Lordlichi2006

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    sounds maybe a pain but it would be golden, i could try and make a model
     
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  12. CineCrasher

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    i really like the design, looks like a mix of MX-5 and GR86
     
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    great progress on the mod so far! hope everything turns out well
     
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  15. Kueso

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    i like the idea for shits and giggles but as we've discussed and people have mentioned here, you're gonna need to likely commission someone to make you accurate sounds
     
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  16. Theo Wilkinson

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    Yeah.. probs won’t then.

    —different topic on the ccf2—
    I’m currently trying to start using substance painter.
    This could take a while to learn… if anyone has good tutorials or could even just help me, I’d love to know.

    I have to do it, but I’m not the most motivated, as school’s just started again and it’s a whole new aspect of modding I’ve never even tried before. It’d just make my life a bit easier if someone could send me a link to a good tutorial or even just recommend a way to do things :)

    currently all I know how to do is badges on paint.net lol
     
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  17. Fredr3x

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    Because it has never been done officially it makes it really awkward to get good sounds
     
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  18. Theo Wilkinson

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    Oh, by the way:
    Today, I added a CHMSL, and @Kueso made the engines a lot more realistic. He also added early configs to match it.
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    Might update this to todays info in the same structure
     
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  19. Fredr3x

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    Wow, this has come together so quick! Loving the lights, reminds me of MK5 Supra ones :)
     
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  20. Theo Wilkinson

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    Ight, here it is;


    Hirochi CCF2
    General Info

    Name: Hirochi CCF2 (Compact Convertible Front engined 2 seater)

    Type: Compact sports car (think MX-5)

    Years: 2021-2024

    Price: £26k-£45k

    Layout: Front engined, RWD only

    Engine(s): 2.0 F4, 2.6 F6

    Transmissions: 6 Speed Manual, 7 Speed DCT

    Trim Levels: 210-4, 230-4S, 240-6, 260-6S…

    Weight Currently: ~1350kg

    Current Stage: About to start texturing.

    Here’s the Background of the car:

    The Hirochi CCF2 is a brand new sports Roadster, that was made to compete with cars like the Mazda MX-5, but does have some more premium trim levels to it. It has about the same power and similar engine options to the Toyota GR86/Subaru BRZ. It has a very tech-focused interior, but Hirochi knew people wouldn’t like a “lightweight” sports car to be a tech fest, so it’s not got a mega centre screen.
     
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